Ziggy's Gift

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Ziggy's Gift
Written by Tom Wilson
Production company Welcome Productions, in association with Universal Press Syndicate
Country USA
Language English
Original channel ABC
Release date December 1, 1982

Ziggy's Gift is a 1982 American animated TV special short film directed by Richard Williams, based on the comic strip Ziggy.[1] It was written by Ziggy's creator Tom Wilson and Animators included Eric Goldberg and Tom Sito with music by Harry Nilsson. The film won an Emmy award.

Plot[edit]

Ziggy (who does not say any dialogue in the special) and his faithful dog Fuzz take a job as a street Santa to raise money for the poor. Surrounded by crooked Santas, sneaky thieves and a suspicious cop, Ziggy remains honest and kind.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Unflinchingly unhip but unbelievably popular, Ziggy turns 35". The Associated Press. Retrieved 2011-12-25. 

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